Atlantis’ destruction happened so quickly that there was no way for family members to reunite before everything was destroyed. It left those that perished feeling abandoned by those that were there to keep them safe, like their parents, for instance. They often died with an overwhelming sense of fear, sadness and loneliness. These emotions have translated in this lifetime to anger, distance and isolation which are all based on the fear of losing everything and everyone that you love.
In fact, many Atlantis victims have incarnated into difficult family dynamics in this lifetime. If this sounds like you, you’ll probably find that you have never felt supported by your family, or felt they were emotionally unavailable during your formative years. You may not feel safe to emotionally or otherwise express yourself in your family and this has led you to feel unsafe in other areas of your life. This is because your safety depends on other people, not on yourself.